LYNDON CENTER - The Lyndon State College women's soccer team improved to 3-0 on the season, as the Hornets downed St. Joseph's of Maine, 2-0.
Tara Bartlett tallied Lyndon's first goal with 14:08 gone in the first half. Laurin Ingram was credited with the assist.
Jodi Raymond tallied an insurance goal for the Hornets with 3:29 gone in the second stanza, with Bartlett picking up the assist.
Lyndon starting keeper Joy Lehoullier had 10 saves before having to leave the game with an injury with 15 minutes left to play. Donna Worthein had three saves playing the last 15 minutes.
quot;Lehoullier our senior captain led us with an outstanding game in the net,quot; said LSC coach Brian Woods.
The Hornets are back in action on Wednesday, when they travel to Castleton College for a 3:30 p.m. game.
BENNINGTON, Vt. - The Lyndon State College men's soccer team split this weekend in the Southern Vermont Invitational Tournament.
On Saturday the Hornets were nipped by Mount Saint Marys, 3-2 in overtime in their opening round game. Andy Ruwet tallied both of Lyndon's goals.
On Sunday in the consolation game the Hornets crushed the University of Massachusetts Pharmaceutical, 8-0.
Lyndon got two goals from Ruwet, Brett Hill and Cabot's Cameron North. Both Shawn Gerow and Jeff Derosier recorded individual goals.
On Sunday Martin Sterbris wasn't called on to make a save in recording the shutout.
quot;We had trouble putting the ball in the net against Mount Saint Marys,quot; said LSC coach Skip Pound. quot;We are playing the rest of the game of soccer pretty well, we've just got to score.quot;
The Hornets (3-2) are off until Sept.29, when they host Daniel Webster College at 3 p.m.